tv KRON 4 Morning News KRON February 9, 2011 7:00am-11:00am PST
>> darya: a warning to east bay residents after woman was sexually assaulted. >> james: a second powerful blizzard making its way through the midsection of the latest on the forecast, how tough it is going out there. >> louisa: 11 degrees cooler in novato, concord that it was yesterday. plus the chance of rain in this forecast. >> louisa: what might be a developing hot spot for the bay bridge. caltrans to is on the right-hand lane where we had reports of a meter and light malfunction. you can see a truck stop in lanes. maybe connections with problems but further down the road. >> james: after months of debate they voted to close hobart elementary and glen brook. they're closing the
budget shortfall, the closures affected 1000 students. that still may not be enough to close a budget gap. they might even shut down at third school appeare. >> darya: developing story oakland woman in the hospital after being raped and beaten at her apartment complex in oakland's lake merritt. this is in the 800 block of jackson. the woman was a returning to her home at about 10:00 p.m. last night. this is the fourth time since september, that a woman has been sexually assaulted near lake merritt. >> she suffered injuries they were not life-threatening. they were checking on her will be today. that is our utmost
concern. we will look into whether there's a connection. at this time the method of operation does not appear to be the same. >> darya: without evidence to suggest to connection they will treat this as an isolated incident. >> james: national radar we have a lot of snow that came down yesterday in kansas, oklahoma, and northern texas. it is in missouri, in louisiana. this is a snowstorm working its way through the lower portion of the country be right up border to the northeast. a lot of states bracing at for a nother round of snow, ice, and thunderstorms as well. we also have pictures from which it got kansawhich toe four will truck having a hard time negotiating it. that's no
fault blanketing the state. we are seeing a get a foot of snow down in oklahoma, yesterday another potential foot. coming down possibly today. really and safer lot of folks trying to drive out there. not only through kansas but also local oklahoma. we can roll some video from oklahoma. this snow is blanketing the road spirit the shot shows you a handful kurdcas making the rounds. gust of wind were bad out there. 19 in. of snow out there. so far close to 14 in. throughout the state. 19 is their average for their winter. as i said there expecting another foot today. >> darya: we could look at some snow. i will look at the total but it feels like it hasn't snowed for a while. the weekend
looks good this weekend nice and dry. the problem is it would be nice to get a little something. >> louisa: we might get some sprinkles in tahoe and sunday. we have a tahoe forecast for you because folks are waiting for that snow. in terms of wet weather around the bay will stars brooklyn possibly monday. we still have a long stretch of dry weather. to start off this morning lighter when compared yesterday. by the afternoon lots of sunshine, mild weather continues. that chance of rain moves in for next week. starting off with current temperatures in the 30's and san rosa. a few degrees above freezing in the north bay. napa upper 40's, south bay upper 40's for malamute much colder in san jose. 41. your satellite radar shows clear conditions. staying calm and not just today but the rest of the work week.
temperatures mid to upper 60s and some of the warmer spots appeared relieved by the end of the weekend and next week we see things change. afternoon highs widespread 60s today, upper 50s for concord, '60s san francisco and even along the coast have monday 60. a nice clear shot of the ocean today. call forecast by friday in looks like if you're headed in that direction is clear conditions increasing clouds appeared upper 50s we could potentially see a few snowflakes on sunday, really in the higher elevations. carry those chains just in case. it looks like next week we will see significant rainfall and snowfall. dry weather continues throughout the week monday, tuesday brings us a chance of wet weather. >> george: tracking a potential
hot spot at the toll plaza. thanks to sharon in the control room we have searched the lanes. one of the lights reported a the meter and light was malfunctioning. well it may be a clearly is not backing up the traffic. the tow truck we saw moments ago was clearing the stalled. the traffic is not badly backed up between the meter lights and the toll plaza even for the far right lane. this bodes better for 880. we have a backup on the ramp. it may just be people margin to take advantage of the open toll lane. not as much concern now about potential for problems here at the bay bridge. we do
however still have a hot spot in the bay is 1 01 in the northbound direction leading out of the coyote valley where the back up bridges highway 85. headed north to try to get past 280-680 interchange. there was an accident that for wild blocked the two left hand lanes of traffic. it has been cleared. but still a gardening enough attention to make a backup. this ride into santa clara looks good with no problem or delayed. >> james: 7:07 a.m., it take net quick break. a lot more head lines for you to come. a check on the james lick freeway. traffic southbound 101 looking good. we will be right back.
earlier this month homeland's security chief said the united steve states had made significant achievements. she also said the united states will never be immune to terrorist threats. testifying is a national counter terrorism center. >> are words travel beyond for walls appeared four weeks we have seen protests across north africa and the middle east. in many ways protest represented demand for democracy. we know this is the same region that has been home to some of those who call for jihad. the united states the only remaining superpower occupies provincial
individuals, parties, movements. it is time to say egypt above all. egypt and above all. egypt and above all. please excuse me i am so tired now. >> darya: the white house working to erase conflicting messages. we want and get a look at the weather nice day without the wind today. >> louisa: northerly winds were keeping temperatures on the warm side so we see a bit of a cool down this morning. and i shot sunshine out there in san jose. currently 41, by noontime upper 50s, high temperatures 62. bringing it back down to the mid 40's by 8:00 p.m. this is a much
cooler temperatures are appeared 11 degree drop in concord, 14 degrees cooler in redwood city, up bin the san rosa about a 9 degree drop in temperatures. san rosa few degrees above freezing. could wake up some patchy frosted there. 39 for, court, in the 30's through the livermore valley. low 40 san jose, 48 in mountain view. into the afternoon of widespread '60s, 63 san rafael, temperatures should stay in to the low 60s through the east bay. as you head down the peninsula of low 60s as well livermore valley looks like it could be slower to warm getting up to 59. 7 day around the bay a string of sunny days ahead of us, dry, sunny, weather
ahead of us. sunday looks like cloud cover, cooler temperatures. monday, tuesday it could be a string of wet weather days. >> george: the back up which at one time had extended all the way back to him away 85, that is diminishing of debt.just a bit.s south san jose is still slow period leading up to where the accident occurred. until they get the last vehicles out is likely to be delayed. san mateo bridge no problems on the approach, the trip across the span no problem. ride through san francisco in the central freeway backs up here where it joins james lick, but no major back up or problems. for the
peninsula there may developing problem add sierra point parkway southbound. there may be a vehicle blocking the lane. we will update that next. >> darya: a teenager that was abused for years plans to file a lawsuit today. the teenagers escaped in december of 2008, you can see this surveillance video where you walked into a nearby gym. yothere was a plea bargaino of the people were sentenced 34 years in prison, there was a fourth person anthony he was found guilty by a jury. his sentencing has been delayed. it alleges well chyle the boy lived with ramirez, a child
protective cirrus services this handled evidence of an abuse and neglect over. of six years. the wet all of whose husband died in a fire home fire filed a lawsuit she's won. an employee reported the fire to the fire department but the person used and not emergency line causing the delay in response time. former crime prosecutor has been reinstated. he was fired for misconduct after being charged with the rape of black office colleagues three years ago. on the arbitrator has ordered the county to reinstate him and also back pay and benefits.
>> darya: g. jean kwan will be taking a pay cut. oakland is facing $40 million deficit. jerry brown says california lawmakers cannot avoid making tough choices after the mortgage meltdown, that credit crisis. another round of visiting stop state lawmakers to pitch his budget plan. 25 1/2 bubillion d >> james: we will take a break at 7:21 a.m., a lot of snow falling in the midwest. alive look for mount tam showing is a beautiful start to wednesday morning around the bay. breezy
>> darya: 7 day around the bay forecast. more sunny skies no wind from yesterday. 67 for thou hide. it's a gorgeous day. same thing to more looks terrific coming, the days from now through friday. saturday looks terrific thing cool down sunday. the weekend forecast has changed. yesterday we thought rain sunday but now it has moved out. we are not looking at that until monday night maybe tuesday. >> james: alive look at oklahoma >> darya: we should get snow in the tahoe right now we're tracking the storm in oklahoma
city. the first round of storms was last week. a lot of road are in passable. >> james: on to d.c. they're testifying before the house budget committee. addressing the economy. a lot of wall street has been waiting to see what the feds say. let's listen in. >> you do believe one of the best things we can do for short- term economic growth is to put out a plan to stabilize our fiscal picture. it shows with, the evidence we have the right director rate. is that the case? >> that is the case. >> last time you came to me to testify, you said qe2 is not
monetizing the debt. the question is this. i am understand from your perspective its does not monetize the debt because it does not cause runaway inflation. because the money is being held as excess bank reserve. but is is a distinction without a difference. the argument is the intention of qeii is what we should look at. the intention >> james: budget committee hearing they're getting technical here. right now wall street waiting as i said earlier. the market is down a bit as markets pull their money out to see what they have the same we will see what the investors do. >> darya: 7:27 a.m., check this
enough to schools are on top. there may be a third school on the chopping block. they have not decided which one. it will either be sold or word or westward. kron 4 as will tran has been out there at holbrook elementary gauging reaction from students and parents. >> will: their reaction is disbelief and heartbreak. a lot of people showing up. we saw in 20 minutes ago lot of parents, teachers bring kids, parents, teachers talking to one another. the ones were not able to go to last night's meeting don't know their future. they're glad they're not being laid off, but they don't know where they will be teaching next year appeared as much as it would like to think about themselves, their thoughts are of the students. here's some students' reactions.
>> i don't think they should close our school so many students like the school. they are good teachers. i might have to go further next year. >> you might not see some of these teachers right? your thoughts on that? >> i really don't want them to lose their jobs. i want the school to stay open. >> i love this school i been here 16 years. tonight we will put on a show it was already scheduled about keeping dr. king's dream alive, keeping ahold of hope and joy no matter what. >> notice how she was crying. there were at their teachers too distraught to talk to us. holbrooke elementary had cookie sales, but he's sure it sells everything they could do to keep it open but in the and they
decided to close it down. this last year will be the end. more reaction about what people had to say about class sizes growth next year. > >> james: think you will will come back to you. >> darya: a woman was raped and beaten on monday night. the apartment complexes on jackson street. the woman was returning home around 10:00 p.m., it is the effort fourth time since the timbre that a woman has been sexually assaulted near lake mayor appearelick. a camera caps assault. the woman pulls all wallet away from her. it was on
stevenson street. he ran away and took off. it turns out this woman and the man had actually met a few hours earlier. he then turned on her and stole her wallet. police are searching for him now. >> james: the east coast we have heavy snow for a collapsing roof of the building. it happened yesterday morning in danville. you can see the aftermath. to people barely got out before the ceiling caved in. one woman was standing in the doorway she got out of there as fast as she could. the former church had been converted to a realtors office. drivers in new mexico having rough go of it heavy snow falling across northeastern state. forcing authorities to close to state
highways. heavy snow on 25-40. look at how bad visibility is. that snow is falling so fast the plows, they can't keep up. >> darya: we don't have sunshine to shovel here. golden gate bridge lots of sunshine there. traffic is moving ok. another gorgeous day but we don't have the win this morning i there. >> louisa: yesterday we had northerly winds which made temperatures warmer. this morning cooler temperatures. blue skies continued to persist through the day. it will be another day with plenty of sunshine. 48 and severances go 55 by noontime, could get up to 60 in downtown san francisco. elsewhere this morning we are seeing temperatures really dropping compared to yesterday by about 40 degrees. sanford
novato, 11 degrees cooler in concord, at 12 degrees cooler to the livermore valley. a bin the north bay as well. your current tempters just a few degrees above freezing the san rosa. elsewhere still in the 30's this morning 48 for san francisco, temperatures in the 40's in the south bay as well. by the afternoon 60s 63 santa rosa, 60s through san rafael, 61 in richmond. temperatures in the low 60s through the east bay. 63 oakland, 59 livermore. 7 day around the bay shows a string of dry days ahead of us. sunny, mild weather persist. it will be boring until next week that a chance of rain. we will be right back after this.
>> james: out of washington they're conducting a hearing on the trade policy. trade representative ron kirk is testifying right now. we will keep are your to it. >> darya: 3 provisions of the patriot act republicans brought the bill yesterday on your procedure that would require two-thirds majority for passage. 26 republicans it did not happen here the measures which expire at the end of the month allow fbi to use roving wiretaps, the government to access items like library records and surveillance of people not connected to a unidentified terrorist organization. >> james: federal appeals court giving levi's and a chance at
suing its abercrombie and fitch. on the left-hand side the levi's ditching, right hand side and abercrombie and finch. levi says their trademark urge pattern you see there that double arches, the power of that trademark has been diluted because in abercrombie and finch came out with something similar in nature. their on the right. if you talk day abercrombie and finch they say no weeping using it since 2006 they're not high arches, plus we have it did see doodled at the bottom, if anything resembles the affinity sign of anything else. for those reasons were not infringing on the or diluting the trademark of levi. the judge in 2006, or 2009 when they heard the case said decide if these designs are identical if they are you have to rule in favor of the pie. the
jury came back and said they are not identical but the appeals court says this statute actually says they have to be similar not identical. a new jury will hear this case if they take a back to court. we'll have to see what happens. >> darya: we will be back with more in a moment. a look at the golden gate bridge and it is lots of sunshine and cars. we will be right back.
kentucky, virginia, north carolina, georgia rep. tennessee, everybody is getting hit by the storm. 30 states had the last door.storm. and here we with another round of sunshine. >> louisa: we are looking at snow headed away in tahoe. and some rain in the bay. for this morning flight raintemperature'd '60s clear for the evening but we could kuleshov overnight into tomorrow. this is a much cooler temperatures are this morning 14 degree drop in the bottle, 11 degrees cooler in concord-- novato--49 napa, south bay
staying in the '40's. into the afternoon the highs and the the '60s, widespread 60s expected. temperatures staying in the low 60s three the east bay, and 60 degrees for happened bay. if you'rhalf moon bay. if you're headed to sierra dry weather for friday, by saturday upper 50s. sunday slight chance of snowflake's up there in the sierra. whether expected change by the weekend. by monday, tuesday their first three chances. for those of you curious about conditions in the seriousee above we have www.showbomb.com. nine lifts
open 100 runs. squaw valley, based up the 109, 24 less, conditions at kirkwood 88 in., 12 lifts open, 72 runs. and george? >> george: brisbane and the shore freeway in the southbound direction and accident for what a plot to lanes of traffic. they did manage to clear the accident. one vehicle got stuck on the center divider. northbound traffic coming around the corner has been affected as well. according to sensor's you will have slow traffic on 1 01 southbound before you get out of san francisco. before you pass to 80 in change. most of lanes
are open with the vehicle step on the center divider it will continue to delay traffic in both directions. a look at the bay bridge westbound ride, not too bad here at all. hovering around the oakland 0 army base. army base. the golden gate bridge ride is not too bad. no backup, delays or problems across the span. >> darya: board of supervisors talking trash up for discussion the city's garbage contract. there is a 10 year deal with well ecology they are dealing with. it would ship the city's trash to you but county. opposition from waste management and a group opposed to shipping the trash out. >> james: transit agency is
backing off becausthe feet up ta day. construction crews are expected to pay the fee. last year they wanted to increase its 22250 per meter spiriup to $22.s displaced by fire natural disasters will now be allowed to read the other permits at below market rate if legislation is approved. >> darya: verizon, iphone 4 was up for sale went on sale at
midnight. now anybody can purchase the iphone from the verizon web site. those who don't want order online, at the iphone for will be in for rises stores starting tomorrow morning. --bryso pleasalast weed out very fast. they said record sales numbers for pre orders. >> james: h-p is making a big announcement later on today. the gadget world is speculating. many people it will unveil a topless device. we do know the announcement is coming from the palm division which it acquired last year. the invitation provides a a couple of cruise
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>> darya: taking wolfensohn 7 day around bay for a test. plenty of sunshine. it is our repeat. i don't want a solid ground all day but every day will have its own quality. mid- 60's for today, tomorrow, saturday, sunday. then there is a start coming in monday preened rain on tuesday. >> james: michelle obama says
her daughters aren't on facebook, and that's the way she likes it. the first lady says her girls, sasha, 9, and malia, 12, have certain restrictions that other children don't have because of but she also said during an interview on nbc's "today show" on wednesday that she's "not a big fan of young kids having facebook." >> darya: top three golfers will be paired together a plane had to get in divide. tiger woods holding down the third spot. cnn's sat down with an interview. tigers as it's not about golf it's about kids. >> what ever they want to do we do. when i don't have the like in practice more. but when they're around it's about them. >> reporter: are the in to golf? >> sam is different she's not been to golf. >> reporter: you just love spending time with them? you
have said being a great father is more important than major titles is that right? >> to be around them and to be with them and help them grow. share experiences with them. is so special because >> darya: he held the no. 1 rating before slipping from the top spot last fall. >> james: more live pictures at a local homeless city this snow is coming down. looking for another foot of snow today. we will be right back. @
remarks from the top of this list in the effort close a 1.5 budget shortfall. we're considering closing its third school. two of the silver would elementary or west where it elementary. they will make that decision sometimes in the last in the next two weeks. will tran and has been there the reaction from parents. i can bet it has been poisoned? >> will: note. a lot of them are broken. they're not even the students, teachers, parents. as they decide what to do with the third school, there's another fee. their debt as it they don't know what school they will be at next year. --many of them should be in class, school started five minutes ago. a lot of them, but to
come and nail for months to keep the school open, a cookie sales, t-shirt sales. we went to the meeting last night. no avail the school will be shut down. here's reaction from a teacher and a father. >> we're concerned about ourselves of course, but mainly the kids. this is a special place, it's cohesive community. now we will be split going in different directions. >> to know where your duty to next year? >> at this point no. we have no idea. or attendance, a perfect rate great teachers that the school. >> will: it sounds like they didn't want to but they're looking to save money? >> but at what cost? how many students are in be in a class in another school, you go from 20 kids to 30, to 50. where does that help the
education for children? >> will: speaking of the children they don't read the other school next year a lot of parents the big problem is transportation this school, a lot of them go because they live close by. after hearing that father and assessing go by being hugged by his mom crying hysterically. his mom told them it's going to be ok. a lot of shock, heartbreak they don't know what's going to happen to them next year. back >> james: 2. thank you, , this is a story that we will continue to follow. darya? >> darya: another developing story is resume and an oakland woman is in the hospital after issues beaten and raped in her permit complex monday night. the 800 block of jackson street, the woman was returning,
10:00 p.m. monday night she was attacked. this the fourth time since december a woman has been sexually assaulted. the added three attacks were on the opposite light of the late. >> she did suffer issue injuries. the investigators were checking on her well- being today. her well-being is uppermost concern. we will look into whether not there's a connection. at this time the method of operation does not appear to be the same. >> darya: without evidence to suggest a connection, they were treated as an isolated incident to >> james: . quick look at the national radar, following weather across the country. all lot of snow falling down rain now in oklahoma, just north of that in kansas, texas as well. rolling through arkansas, missouri. about 1 ft. of snow. looking for another foot. school cancellations
in texas in kansas as a result. more than 100 sites closed yesterday we will look for more today. after weeks of snow, ice proved too much for some buildings in connecticut at truck crashed with a canopy toppling the canopy. it crushed the cubs, parked truck as well. the driver was actually inside the kennedy when a clouds and recently he was not insured. crazy stuff. forecasters predicting 4-8 in. of snow. the snow is building up on the side of the freely as you can see. there are some other trend brevet not too many cars go. let's find out how traffic is in our area of now, here is a look at the traffic. . >> george: are hot spot in
brisbane is affecting traffic in san francisco, an accident such down-101 in management and to block lanes about one vehicle stuck. you can see coming up from sfo the traffic is slow. but this southern red, heavy all along the candlestick back to 280. in fact backed up to san francisco chris rupert cameraas we picked our camera yu can see this is a profit back into the city. affecting the right down to the 280 interchange. and the bay bridge toll plaza, here you see the westbound ride, not badly back the assault.
weather check, louisa. >> louisa: a shot at the golden gate, clear conditions. blue sky, china, temperatures starting to warm up. we did strap cooler temperatures this morning. also some lighter winds. sunny, mild climate chance of rain. certainly changes in store for this forecasts. sturdy rock a few degrees above freezing. there is an san francisco, low 40 san jose. 48 mt. you. satellite, radar showing clear conditions. barely a mile into the afternoon not just today but through the rest of the work week. snext green tents by the weekend
this afternoon highs warming to 63. 61 in richmond. south bay, a temperatures could warm up into the upper 60s places like los gatos, morgan hill. if you're heading to high country, a conditions intra gulf are looking good.into tahoe are loo, they not a big storm but still slight chance old getting some snow above eight dozen feet. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. more dry weather ahead of us. weekend temperatures drop off by sunday. clouds roll in a head of the system expecting to bring as wet weather. james. >> james: thank you, supporters l william lynch the man charged assaulting a priest are gathering at side of the court house. a 36
back on may 10th last year they walked into a retirement home be decreased and ran away. he claims he was molested during a camping trip back in 1970's he told the church about the incident in the '90s, they set out of court. >> darya: home values fell in the bay area. the median home value 463,000. down 3.6% from a year earlier. down 31.8% from april of 06. it's predicted that the bay area should hit bottom this year. that still does not mean values will start rising. >> james: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live lick here from mount tam,
>> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. oakland mayor jean quan http cut. voluntarily, she is taking or the 6000 less than former mayor. she wants to lead the charge as the city goes into tough economic times. oakland is facing a $40 million budget deficit. >> james: california lawmakers cannot avoid making tough decisions. they have no other options left. the government made another round of budget test, they face a 25 a half billion dollar shortfall for 2012. brown is calling for a mix of temporary tax exemptions. shifting or eliminating a host of government services. >> darya: car customers are wondering if bart is really a good bang for their bac back.
bart did a test mercer minute and 64 percent say using bart is a good value. 24 percent say traveling is a good use of money, that 24 percent is actually down from 32% in 08. 15 percent disagree saying traveling was not cost-effective. this is the survey that was conducted. they raised fares by 6 percent, they're trying to track whether not they've reached a point where writers do not think it is as perfect. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. let's take a live look here from oklahoma city, the snow is really falling at a good pace it looks pretty. it always looks nicer on the trees. oklahoma city is
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(music) >> darya: 8:16 a.m., we're taking a look it when there were clearing at the field for the big packer super bowl champ celebration. will they were doing that, the steelers were being celebrated in places where they're wearing the wrong t- shirt. they talked with those t-shirts summer. >> gary: was there a celebration for pittsburgh? >> darya: not ever heard. here's the deal, what would you take as the new offer for those 400 fans who had tickets did i get to see it. there's a new deal here's we can take, they either get
the offer from before $2,400 plus tickets to next year's game which they can sell. or you could get super bowl tickets to any super bowl they you choose and you get to way, is used slang and decide. you can't sell them coming tickets plus air fare plus hotel. >> gary: and that 2400 you don't? >> darya: know the 2400 you don't order you can wait for a lightning to strike again your favorite team, you get the tickets which could sell, airfare, hotel. >> gary: everyone is in a different economic situation. that 2400 if you get bills, something to do your children you might get it. i think it depends. if you can sit and wait and think it would. and then i
get to pick the game. but, if you need some though there is. >> darya: i agree. the nfl is sweetening the deal because the calendar sinh fire for what they did. >> gary: i really think, they blew it. you could give 400 people scattered in there somewhere. >> darya: they took care of 800, though with a misstep was so big. >> gary: if you can accommodate 800, your dog for hundred make it happen. >> darya: i gotcha. i think it's a financial link below to pick your super bowl. your guaranteed your team is in that if you can wait. >> gary: 2400, do the of 5000. >> darya: use a weighted you
can cross mark >> gary: i am just getting word from the producer a lawsuit has been firedled. people go after things all the time but boy, if you had said your schedule and here's the thing, everybody that they interviewed dressed in pittsburgh or green bay gear. that to me symbolizes this is a big deal to them. >> darya: of lawsuit was filed, against the nfl, and jerry jones. and the cowboys. your feeling was right, 2400 is not enough. >> gary: 71 as stanley broke the news. (laughter) >> darya: i'm sure you've been following the base of a kid this is his first week back to practice and he was
hit by the line drive doesn't he look great? >> gary: that is terrific what a story, you just hope he's confidence is there that is tough. >> darya: his mother said what you want to do track, tennis? the whole time he was like no eye play baseball. >> gary: what a beautiful young boy. >> darya: he just loves the game. this is a great story, the coach, you heard the kid at one point was a yankee draft pick. he couldn't play because he had kidney thing. the coach gave his own kidney to the kid. >> gary: what a hero. it
does nothing to do that this kid was a freshman, just getting going. i guess the young man's family did not match but the coaches did. you know the comedian george lopez? >> darya: yes. >> gary: he displayed in the at&t golf tournament, go his wife gave him a kidney. now getting divorced. >> darya: this to get back restaurant was your screen dump? >> gary: he made the joke is saying he would always has something of hers. for the rest of her life she will always have a lot of my love. he was in being cavalier, it was the matter of fact. relating to the story. so they go.
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resources are dangerous threats and demanding the ouster of the president they filled the square for 16 days and counting. in an address to be the an google executive who is an expiring voice promising " we will not give up. >> this is not the time for individuals, parties come amusement it's a time for all of us to say one thing egypt above all egypt above all. egypt above all! www.youtube.com above aplease, r tired out today we're imposing our demands. >> james: the white house's working to erase a conflict in messages kron egypt there as frustrated even president obama. and live look from the golden gate bridge, oslo
>> james: we have been selling the latest situation at a concord they have been debating for months whether not to close schools, they did decide to close holbrook and glenn burke. those decisions were tough but made to help close a budget towards fall. and may not be enough the board is still considering whether not to close a third school. they could either close over what, westwood. they'll make a decision in the next two weeks. jackie sissel has been out there in concord getting reaction from teachers, parents, students would be found? >> reporter: they're not happy, there's still decision to be made but the decision has 30 been made yet whole block. the
students are in their glasses they know for f. back that's when school ends the doors will close a one along derby. yet what the students, staff, teachers, parents none of them are happy, they waged a battle hoping to save their school. as you talk about that shortfall they're hoping beyond hope that their school would be saved. as you said, the decision was made to close the doors. >> i don't think they should close our school there so many students going here. and its teachers. >> reporter: what you going to do? >> i met at to go further. >> reporter: what do you think? sometimes you girdle of your teacher? >> i don't want them to lose
their job i want the school to stay open. >> have been here 16 years, i love this will, tonight we will put on the show, it was scheduled about keeping dr. king's dream alive. hanging on to georgia, ho.georgie and h >> reporter: the big question is what can happen to the students, what schools are they going to go to whether this step and the faculty going to end up there still lot of unanswered questions. right now, a lot of set faces i can tell you their kids, parents who are extremely emotional about this. >> james: >> james: thank you, we will keep following this story and the chino when the board makes a decision. >> darya: an oakland woman is in the hospital after being raped, beaten at her prompting a complex it had indeed hundred complex that
is near lake merritt. you can see google maps, this woman was returning to our home and mount tam when she was attacked this is the fourth time since december that a woman has been insulted. the other results haven't on the other side of the lake. check this out, and cameras capturing a strong armed robbery in the tenderloin it happened sunday afternoon. i gang attacking a woman taking off with her wallet. police arrested five minutes later missing the guy. this is the wind is, assuring him run away clear still looking for this man who attacked the woman it turns out the two of them had met a few hours earlier, though. then he turned and regret to will it. ticking off. >> james: nationally news, the weather is making headlines you can see just how big the storm is another
one rolling through the middle of the country dumping a whole lot of snow on a handful of states. kansas, oklahoma, portions of misery getting snow and to the south. this is a storm that will track north and east a good number of states expecting, bracing for more snow. we had another 2-4 in. fall overnight. we have video from that, you can see how heavy a this. blanketing much of the state. that check is spinning out a powerful around making its move, the timing not all that great for travelers. you can see how hard it is for people to get around these unsafe conditions are blamed for at least a dozen different cassias. oklahoma, records could be broken. that is because during an average winter they get
about 19 in. of snow. they're ready received 14 in. as a result. they could get another for today. that would shatter their previous average. we will watch that and see how it affects flights in the bay area. >> louisa: your forecast is pretty boring compared to what's going on arrested across the rest of the country. sunshine and san jose, starting off with cooler temperatures because we didn't have a strong at wind as yesterday. currently 45. high-temperature 62, all-around temperatures are cooler than 24 hours ago by about 13 degrees in nevada, tender offer concord. mid- 30s. and to santa rosa. 48
san francisco. 45 degrees and oakland. above 61 degrees in richmond. we could wind up to 67 and most of its. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay.. more sunshine in the days to come. mid-upper 50s and they come up by the end of the weekend clouds roll in a chance of rain monday, tuesday. >> george: we are still looking at some hot spots, not the same ones. from brisbane to hayward, a look better ride at the nimitz freeway. it is 80 traffic is all balled up because of earlier reoccurring problems in back that the traffic, then an accident
occurred in the back up so we're still slow from to 38. seth and direction. across and interstate 680 traffic between mission no. n mission south. interstate 680 still a very heavy right here. in a hot spot in the southbound direction coming to present tell reagan to walnut creek. your ride to san francisco, was a hot spot earlier with an accident southbound that has cleared about there is slowing on the inbound central and that the bay bridge toll plaza pretty good commute all morning long the worse the back up that was here at the oakland army base over crossing. >> darya: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
>> james: a teenager who was abused for years plans to file lawsuits. plans to file a lawsuit on wednesday against sacramento county's child protective services. following a plea bargain two months ago, a judge sentenced michael schumacher, kelly lau and caren ramirez to between 30 and 34 years in prison. a fourth defendant, anthony waiters, was found guilty by a jury, but his sentencing has been delayed. the complaint alleges that while kyle doe lived with ramirez in sacramento county, child protective services ignored and mishandled substantial evidence of abuse and neglect by ramirez over a period of six years," according to the news release. meanwhile, the widow of one of four people
killed in a 2007 house fire has agreed to set a provided the home security devices. they will pay a total of 4.6 million. how lawsuits' claims that's it s security associates reported the fire but, she used and non- emergency line. that caused a delay in response time. a former sex crimes prosecutor who faces rape charges has been reinstated. he was
>> darya: house lawmakers have hill to pass an extension of the three extensions of the page draft act. two-thirds of the majority want to pass. it did not pass, the measures which expire at the head of the month to allow the fbi 80 use wiretaps lighter records, surveillance of people who are not connected to a terrorist organization. >> james: following the latest with san francisco base will be by his strokes. an appeals court is doing them a second chance at suing abercrombie infant. it all has to do with the design on the back pockets of their genes. abercrombie
and fitch chemo the line of jeans in 2006 bearing this tray marked stitching, levi said this is too similar to ours, it dilutes our brand. makes are double arch less recognizable to the public. the judge in 2009 told the jury, it the look identical that is your call. the jury came back and said no they don't look identical. the appeals court says no you weren't supposed to decide whether they're identical if there were similar enough to be confusing to the public. they're bringing back down to the district court, it will be up to a new jury to decide if this shallow double arches and this doodle is enough to make abercrombie's importing distinctive enough to avoid any trademark infringement. >> darya: everyone wants to weigh in, at lower cruz
myself as judge because my sister works for levi's. (laughter) as a girl wearing jeans and a difference of every gene. >> james: de look at this and say its levi's? >> darya: i'd think it's something but i don't think it's we rise. >> james: i will take it upon myself to investigate this thing through. (laughter) >> darya: let's get a look at the weather, it was the wind was gone it was fabulous. >> louisa: the wind is less of a story today. mount tam still getting a breeze. but because of this letter went cooler temperatures. by the afternoon clear, mild monday evening most of you will wake up to some patchy grass. temperatures scrolling of slightly over night. cool them, 24 hours ago of 13 degrees cooler in nevada. 10 napa, concord 11. 7 degrees cooler in
livermore. mid-30s to sit through said. 48 san francisco upper 40's mt. you.you. most places it will get into the '60s. 61 richmond, through the east bay temperatures and silos '60s. for mt. view, san jose. the castratos, morgan hell warming up to seven days. sierra, could reach--to drive. morgan hill. temperatures in the upper 50s, sunday, that is only bring in a slight chance of snow. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. shows the conditions in the they should stay dry. until monday, first chance of rain. tuesday better chance. for those of you having up
to the sierra here's a look at your www.snowbomb.com. the step of 76-141. nine lifts open. 100 runs. squaw valley hundred 9 in., 24 less open, 170 runs. kirk would 94 in., 72 runs. >> erica: i have my eye and a couple of slow down hot spots, south of indirection, nimitz freeway. earlier reoccurring accident. for car crash. it is on the right hip and shoulder, no accident blocking lanes. still tying up speeds down to 17 mi. per hour. this backup released registered san leandro all the way into fremont ally yourself some extra time. or use westbound 580. another sled and
hotspot, succeeds year, we don't have any recent accidents just slow traffic. westbound-24 you will see too much in the mail delays for a continuance of down- 680 slow stretches of traffic come to 12 mi. an hour. mapping and here with some good news coming early end to the back up at the bridge to the bay bridge toll plaza no problems to >> of despite problems with the meeting might not much of the back up was founded to san francisco. 11 minutes from the foot of amazing to san francisco. >> darya: the san francisco board of supervisors is talking trash. they're discussing the garbage contract according to the chronicle is the duration is
worth a hundred $10 million it would ship the city's trash the year but county.yerba >> james: the men is about transit agency increase reserving a parking meter. to close a metered parking space has been toned down. currently, only construction and building crews pay the $4 fee to use metered spaces for all-day storage of trucks, trash containers and other equipment. last year, the sfmta proposed increasing that to $22.50 per meter and extending the charge to street festivals, athletic events, and film and video shoots. that is the maximum amount a meter can earn per day.but following an outcry from an array of businesses and organizations, including the city's film commission, the sfmta shelved its initiative. tuesday, it came back with a more modest proposal, which would increase fees for reserved meters to $5 a day and only affect building and construction companies. san francisco residents temporary this place for fires or natural disasters will be allowed to rent apartments below market
rate. it comes in the wake of multiple suspected arson in the castro. >> darya: 8:52 a.m.lindsay lohan is due in court to face a new judge, and a new criminal charge, that could return the troubled starlet to jail rather than the big screen.the star is due to be arraigned wednesday afternoon on a felony grand theft charge that prosecutors say they will file over a $2,500 necklace reported stolen by an upscale jewelry store. the charge is the latest and most serious,legal problem for the actress, who remains on probation for a 2007 drunken driving case. police and prosecutors allege lohan, 24, took the necklace from a store in the beachside community of venice on jan. 22, weeks after she was released from a rehab facility where she was also accused of misconduct.lohan's attorney has denied the actress stole the necklace. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. honey...? [ mom ] yes.
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a blizzard is pounding its way to the midwest we will have the latest on the winter weather coming up. >> louisa: the big coal down temperatures drop down by 13 degrees. we also have a chance of rain in this forecast details straight ahead. >> erica: a live look at the san mateo bridge, moving getting pretty good clip hotspots on our radar of tell you where coming up. >> darya: breaking news, the daily news are reporting that congresswoman congresswoman gabrielle giffords who was shot in the head is speaking should they say she asked for a toast. remember she was shot in the head when the gunman went on a rampage where she ever really going on six people were killed congresswoman gabrielle giffords was one of one dozen that were wounded she's now other rehabilitation center her
husband has resumed his training for not cutting space shuttle slate he says she is recovering at lightning speeds. the has been kelly went on to say she's eating three meals a day even though it's hospital food. she spoke which is huge. >> james: developing news in these a after months of back-and-forth debate the mt. diablo school district voted to close to schools. there indicated on this list its in an effort to trent head out a once $0.5 million shortfall in may not be enough. they may have to cut two more schools. it will be one of these to silver what or west would they will make that decision in the next few weeks. jackie sissel is out there, gauging reaction from parents, students. i
have to imagine the mood is not that great. >> reporter: a lot of sad faces you can see students obviously they have the word that this school is going to be closing. it has been on this site since 1955. over 50 years they're being told that they have to close their doors from june 9th. the 400 students attend the school have to be relocated that other schools in the area we talk to teachers, students, staff. and faculty there of scratching their heads, they were hoping that their school could be saved this was a long process they knew there schools on the chopping block classmate they've found them out. >> we're concerned about ourselves, mainly for the kids. this is a special
place, very cohesive community now we will be split. >> caller: dino will you be teaching? >> no. great school, great teachers giving going here their whole lives. perfect attendance, perfect grades attributed to the teachers and this could >> reporter: . it sounds like they didn't want to but they're looking to save $1.5 million. >> but at what cost? how many students will be in a class and the other school. from 20-30-50 how does that help the education for children? >> reporter: what will happen to them in that is unknown. but they will be moved to other schools. but, for right now they don't know exactly what school their move to. glenn burke of the middle school is only
a mile away from his vacation i talked to one parent who has kids in those schools. he said there's more than one of those situations. where kids and go to holbrooke and glenn burke they both have to move. >> james: thank you, for the update we will keep apprised of the situation. we'll let you know when the board makes a decision. >> darya: developing story editor oakland a woman is in the hospital or after being beaten and raped after arming complex on monday night sitting in with google this is the 800 block the woman was returning home runs 10:00 p.m. she was in talks this is the fourth time since december a woman has been sexually assaulted near lake merritt. >> james: valley national weather, a big headline. you
see a major storm rolling through the mid section snow is falling in large amounts. you can see the bulk of the storm system is moving out of oklahoma into arkansas up. misery is getting it as well. torrential rain is falling rain now this term system will continue to make its way towards a new england. meanwhile, snow is part of the landscape just one week after historic winter storms a triple the nation. you sat on the national maps coming here you see the real impact this is an accident involving a taxicab. they're making the freeways incredibly dangerous. heavy traffic as a lot of folks who drove into this heading to work. 2 in. fell overnight. 2 in. is all it takes to cause
accidents like this. so far no serious injuries reported. forecasters are predicting four-8 in. of snow in arkansas. you can see a lot of freight traffic impacted by a folks staying off the road taking it easy. but, the snow is piling up. and will be awhile before it goes away. >> things like clear, a >> louisa: . rain, beginning looks to me green lot of this is what we're dealing with loose balls, more sunshine. lighter winds this morning making for colder temperatures by the afternoon sun, maya. chance of rain kicks in next week. and sure 39 san temperatures in the mid 40's for phrases like oakland, hayward.
satellite, radar clear conditions rain now in fact we will continue to stage right redo the work week lot disenchant very similar weather pattern over the next few days. low 60s to santa rosa. 60 san rafael. fairfield rate around 60 degrees. low 60s to the east bay canseco's. places like los gatos, morgan hill warming to 67 degrees. high country pretty dry rag clear conditions increasing club on saturday partly cloudy. upper 50s, slate chance of snowflakes on sunday. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. dry weather continues throughout the week, heading towards monday, tuesday chance of rain. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
their members and is leasing carriage and a drop in unemployment it will take several more years before hiring returns to normal. testifying before the budget committee they want their needs to be a plan to reduce the government's one trillion dollar plus deficit. failing to do so could eventually hurt the economy. >> james: home values fell in the fourth quarter for the region below shows home of the value in the fourth quarter of four and 66,000. love is down 3.6%. down 3120% since april 2006. that is predicted the bay area should have a bottom. beautiful day, we'll be
>> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. the man charged with assaulting the father tradesmen there is there gathered but said the courtroom where lynch has beating him up. this is a daly shot, and demonstrators in support on the left-hand side. back on may 10th, a lynch, walked into the priests' retirement home in los gatos and beat the priest up and then ran away. why? he says he was molested and so was his brother during camping trips back in the '70s. he told the church back then about the incidents in the '90s. the church set out of court for about $600,000. >> james: check and the forecast, louisa is standing by.
>> louisa: cooler temperatures this morning, what is meant in the wind then no. the wind. still, whose debts, lots of sunshineis that is let the sunshine. chance of rain next week. we're sitting in the thirties-forties. 38 san francisco. 35 santa rosa. mountain view upper '40's. what othe conditions are clear. it does not look until the end of the weekend that we notice clouds, temperatures cool off. showers next week. after noon price equal '60s.
+ sixties. places like los daughters, morgan hill 67 degrees. --last batterers.here t your 7 day around the bay. tomorrow could be off to another cool start. temperatures below freezing in some of the inland spots patchy frost. hi staying in the mid-upper 60s. increasing clouds, better chance on tuesday for rain. >> erica: 7-in in a three- way. we hadsuspend nimitz freew, to excellence long gone to you can still seek stretches of red and yellow speeds as low as 17 m.p.h.. slow and
go for this ride stretching out toward san leandro continuing on to fremont. an accident blocking the left- hand lane on southbound-101. very slow conditions in stretches of san francisco you may want to take city streets. good news, the approach to the bay bridge looks pretty dead. a little bit of a back up. metering lights are on, drive times back down to 11 minutes. thank you, bart customers are beginning to wonder traveling there race is a good bank for their butts. >> darya: this is according to the chronicle, it shows
that 64 percent of the passengers say using bart is a good value. 24 percent writers strongly agreed strongly agree that it's a good use of their money. 15% of ryder's say it's cost is not worth it. but raise their fares since the last survey by 6%. >> james: jean quan is voluntarily taking a pay cut. she's taking $46,000 less than her predecessor. she says she wanted to lead the charge as the city goes into some very tough times. the capital, governor jerry brown says lawmakers there cannot avoid making tough prices after their recent market meltdown. the governor began another round of visits with state
lawmakers to pass his budget plan. they face a $25.5 million budget surf all. he's calling for a mix of tax extensions, shifting, eliminating a host of government services. >> darya: egyptian opposition groups are angry end of the recession is made by the government. opposition leaders say such remarks are dangerous threats. this is video of liberation square in cairo. it is hard to see because of the time difference it is pretty dark green now. thousands of protestors are at their demanding the president leaves office. this is the 16th day. they're being energized gang google an executive whose emerged as an expiring voice. >> this is not the time for individuals, parties, movements. it's a tie for
all of us to say one thing " egypt above all! >> darya: live pictures coming at a boston, new hampshire, two people reportedly trapped in a train derailed in new hampshire. is that the shot? i believe it is. all of that black smoke coming out is portions of the train. it happens in concord near commercial street. it is not clear how many people on the train or the property. two
>> darya: new details a lawsuit has been filed accusing the nfl, cowboys and the team owner of deceiving hundreds of fans who bought super bowl tickets butter wrapped with no seats, they felt the seats that they're given work in adequate. this is video of them being moved around the stadium. seats for more than 1200 to give holders were not ready by kick off. 850 stands were relocated, 400 fans had to stand and watch the super bowl on the monitor. a spokesperson has not commented. we do know what they were offered by the nfl was $2,400 triple the value, they to go to the next super bowl or the new
offer was that they could get super bowl tickets to any super bowl. sweden see which one they like. plus hotel and air force. not good enough. toggle bell is offering facebook fans of rate talk go as did recovers from all lawsuits testing the quality. the lawsuit claimed it did not have enough beef to be called real beef. the free offer is available to users to click the like to talk above paid to its limited to 10 million coupons. >> james: tacos to jeans and it kills appeals court is giving levis' another shot at suing abercrombie and finch. it's all about the back pocket, we buy says is too close to a we have got going on on the left-hand side is levi's. and on the right is what abercrombie in
fan started putting on their genes in 2006. they say it's too similar ads saluting the value of our trademark. this went back to court in 2009. the judge asked then jury to decide whether not these designs her identical? the appeals court says that's not the standard that initiatives are decided on their only supposed to decide if they were similar enough to cause confusion. abercrombie says no are is a shallow plus we have little to go there's no way. they now go back to court where levi's has the option to pursue this or come up with another option. we will have to wait and see. quick break, the right back..
school district has decided to close holbrook and glenn burke. there to other schools on the chopping block when could be close to silver would or westwood. then to make budget, they will look at this over the next couple of weeks to make a decision jackie sissel is now their in concord with more. >> reporter: students, teachers, parents everyone thought hard to save the school. they will be closing to nine to will be a last day of school. they will close the doors for good. it has been here since 1955, now they will close the doors to save money. $1.5 million. will happen to the students? the do not know. they will be dispersed, relocated to other schools they're not sure what schools of this
point. that's to be determined along with faculty,. they don't know if the be reduction in those members. the ones remaining will have to be relocated, as i said earlier parents, students all very upset. they've fought long, hard to save this school. and the other school oakland book is a very close by. we spoke with several parents who have kids of both schools. they not only have the elementary school students moving but the middle school students to move. all the relocation numbers, those issues will have to be dealt with later. for now, the when things that the students, faculty know is this school is no longer. >> darya: it is tough. it sets a lot of people in an upset minute. if you have a middle school kid in an elementary at the same schools that are closing
then you are a topsy-turvy trying to figure out what you agree to do come fall. >> reporter: this is going on all of the bay area all of this date schools are closing all of these districts are in dire need of money. they're doing anything to save. schools are starting to close. >> thank you, >> james: another part of these a oakland, a woman is in hospital after being raped in the beaten. it happened at the 800 block of jackson. the female victim was returning home about 10:00 a.m., this is the fourth time since the tender a woman has been insulted near lake merritt. >> another story a camera captured a robbery in the tenderloin. you can see it, it happened sunday afternoon at the 500 block of
stephens' streak police arrived five minutes later, it was too late. you see the gentleman running away. the camera zooms in you and get a good look at him according to police the victim from a suspect met a few hours earlier the woman told police the man suddenly turned on her. dr. to the grant of stealing her wallet. >> darya: 90 4:00 a.m. taking a look at storm tracker 4, zoom in on the area this getting snow. 4 in.. and more that is falling from the storm it's really a big wind heading the dallas area. all the way up to misery. plus another 2-4 in. of snow falling overnight. that's your have this video, who account heavy this notice. i don't know how long that guy has been driving. moving across the country, it is a tough
time for travelers. dozens of crash's reported that in kansas, oklahoma, this for gang he just lost his footing. they could break records here with all this know that they're getting. question of, he's obviously dressed for it. think about this, and during an average winter they get about 19 in. for the whole winter. so far, 14 in.. >> james: batten anthony see this in news camera recording it. let's find that about our forecasts louisa. >> louisa: much different than than getting there. it is really tough to look to these conditions blue skies, let disenchant. this morning, a little less in the way of the wind. that made for cooler temperatures to start the day. sydney, mild by the
afternoon in fact rain and to the week. the chance of rain next week. things start to shake up next week. this morning temperatures into the fifties. 50 san rafael. oakland 52. low 50s in the south bay. nice, clear conditions in fact that is why last tomorrow, read into the end of the work week. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay., things cool down. 63 santa rosa, 60 san rafael. temperatures could warm up just a few degrees compared to yesterday. close '60s into the east bay, to warm up into the upper 60s in los gatos and morgan hill. by the weekend tahoe looks pretty nice. if you drive up on friday it will be dry. same for saturday.
partly cloudy and saturdays and a slight chance of snow. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. changes by the end of the week. cooler temperatures continued bring in that wet weather on monday, tuesday. > >> erica: slowdown hot spot on the nimitz. you can see that long stretch of red, i just checked this traffic larks no accidents or incidents. just slow and go conditions. 12 mi. an hour in this was what, you can see the back up stretching towards hayward. if this is your commute allow yourself extra time. you can make their for lost time at the bay bridge, you can see the end of the back up the not too bad. metering lights still cycle on. drive time of 12 minutes from the mes towards san francisco. mill
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protective services ignored and mishandled substantial evidence of abuse and neglect by ramirez over a period of six years," according to the news release. this is video of him coming into the jim asking for help. >> james: the widow of a firefighter one of four people killed in 2007 has fire has agreed to settle a wrongful death lawsuit against two companies abided the home security services. they will pay a total of $4.6 million. police reported the fire but made that call on and non- emergency that caused the delay in response. >> darya: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. of live look at side from our mount tam can. let could have
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for the bundle that fits your life, at&t. ♪ >> darya: welcome back to the kron 4 news. as lawmakers have failed to pass an extension of three key provisions of the patriot act. it was brought to the floor yesterday. with 26 republicans turning the democrats it did not pass. here's wet has speaker had to say. >> its way better than a majority we are not going to be perfect every day. democrats who voted for the same presence would of voted for them this year with a pass. we're gonna get these extensions inactive because it's important to the safety and security of the american people.
>> darya: they expire at the end of the month to allow the fbi to use wiretaps, the government acts as items like library records in its surveillance of people who are not connected to a terrorist organization. >> james: all of that snow and credit quality still have deadpanned going on how you do that? >> darya: you like that >> louisa: this guy's, lots of sunshine not as much when is this morning. we are starting to warm up. this afternoon temperatures and a few degrees warmer than yesterday. clear, mild weather expected. mostly clear path to frfog. finally starting to warm up in most locations. 50 oakland, also done to fremont and san jose. men he 52. 43 degrees
in santa rosa. clear conditions and not much going on. it will stay pretty mild. lott's ascension and made to their work week. by the end of the weekend more clouds, cooler temperatures as we head into next week notices chances of rain moving in. 60 san rafael. the state temperatures today into the low 60s along the coast clear shot of the notion free of fog temperature 60. says big low 60s morning into the upper 60s in places like los gatos. morgan hill. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. more sunshine. stay in this pattern at mid-upper 60s. tomorrow the inland was below freezing. pat g. frostchance of rain continues
into next week character? oh we also have a look at shore www.snowbomb.com. about nine this open 100 runs, over to sklar, a step of a hundred nine, 24 lives open, 171 spiri. >> erica: we get any seeing some improvement in the north and direction we don't have any accidents, incidents slow and go conditions as you make your way up towards the bay bridge. the slowing was stretching into hayward now just barely into san leandro speed still pretty low 17 mi. per hour. if this is your commute attack on an extra five minutes to drive or use westbound 580. says a
pretty good morning not to much in the way of hot spots or sluice box. good news, the back up on the 87 interchange is gone. drive times are good 17 minutes at of the downtown area. crosstown freeways, said hotspot, sir and not the case anymore. a little bit of slowing at the 101-d 20 split. if your mother and in the east bound direction that is a problem for a cameo. public transit, no problems to report. >> darya: darya: new details of a double murder. the fisherman's wharf store proprietor accused of shooting and killing two people in a competing merchandise shop pleaded not guilty to two counts of murder tuesday in san francisco. hong ri wu, 56, appeared in judge samuel feng's courtroom, wu smiled and nodded to bailiffs as they ushered him to and from
the proceedings in superior court.police believe wu killed qiong han chu, 30, and feng ping ou, 30, in their jefferson street store jan. 20 because he resented the competition from their shop. both the victims' store and the hole- in-the-wall shop that wu operated in an alley off jefferson sold items such as purses, luggage, hats and scarves.wu's arraignment had been delayed for more than a week while he was kept on a psychiatric hold at san francisco general hospital. but authorities believe he's a danger to themselves. >> james: a lot of trash talk inside the board of supervisors up for discussion is the garbage contract according to the chronicle and 10 year deal with the ecology is under consideration the deal is worth $110 million. the proposal has opposition from waste management who is the current bridge contractor and a group opposed to shipping that trash. >> darya: a controversial plan to charge festival
backers, film crews and construction firms more than $20 an hour to close a metered parking space has been toned down. currently, only construction and building crews pay the $4 fee to use metered spaces for all-day storage of trucks, trash containers and other equipment. last year, the sfmta proposed increasing that to $22.50 per meter and extending the charge to street festivals, athletic events, and film and video shoots. that is the maximum amount a meter can earn per day.but following an outcry from an array of businesses and organizations, including the city's film commission, the sfmta shelved its initiative. tuesday, it came back with a more modest proposal, which would increase fees for reserved meters to $5 a day and only affect building and construction companies. san francisco residents temporarily displaced by fears, natural disasters would be allowed to rent apartments at below market rates. it's a new ordinance is approved. it's in the wake of suspected arson in the castro. when people are displaced it's hard to find a place to a >> james: go. i'm wind buffets 6 million to millions of users are not
the first lady's children. michelle obama says her daughters aren't on facebook, and that's the way she likes it. the first lady says her girls, sasha, 9, and malia, 12, have certain restrictions that other children don't have because of secret service security issues. but she also said during an interview on nbc's "today show" on wednesday that she's "not a big fan of young kids having facebook." older, that is fine, but at their age should rather than not. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. a live picture as san mateo bridge, the commute nice, light, heat. not bad could start to wednesday.
snow expected today. blowing snow creates visibility issues. straight races forest sector around of winter weather. just a couple kickoff quick fritters, of oklahoma, people trying their best trying to deal with cancer appsnow. a lot of issues, snow is dr. her hair. it is miserable as you can see people not having fun trying to get around. the time now is 9:57 a.m. a quick break.
to lose their jobs. >> it's a special place, a community, we will be split going in different directions. >> reporter: a late-night decision leads to is to school closures, they may not be done yet we have some more from students, parents, teachers. >> will: one month after being shot in the head congresswoman gabrielle giffords makes another remarkable milestone. we'll explain in a minute. just released, bay area home values fell to the last three months of 2010. we will explain why the housing market will bottom this year. >> live, from the bay area's news station, this the kron 4 morning news. >> will: this is the final hour of the kron 4 morning news, a quick check on
weather and traffic. >> janu: mostly into the 50s, leftover 40's. we're going to have sunny, mild conditions. chance of rain in your forecasts more details coming out. >> louisa: the northbound 101, traffic is still backed up straight ahead. >> will: after months of debate with the mt. diablo school district voted to close hole parked and silver what. still less risk still are it-would elementary. and wes-would elementary. they need to close a $1.5 million budget gap. will the decision or the next two weeks or worse third school there were close. turning to a team of solo reporters jackie sissel is live.
>> reporter: you can imagine their reaction, you can see the kids and the playground, a grant. there are devastated. we had folks arrive this morning, they got the word overnight that their school was one of the two schools close. some they fought very hard, furlong time to save their school. in fact, a school of 400 students has been the same site since 1955. come to 90 will be the last day. we talked to students, parents, teachers to get the reaction. >> we're concerned about ourselves of course, the mainly for the kids. this is a special place, the committees of the the community. now we're slit going in different directions. >> reporter: dino will be teaching?
>> know. grade school, great teachers. they've been going your their whole lives perfect students come a perfect race. it's all it should be added to that teachers at the school. him >> i know they're trying to save the money but at what cost? how many students will be in the class. they go from 20-3030-50 what is that right help the education? >> reporter: there are a couple issues, the middle scrawl that is causing is only about 1.5 mi. from this location. i talked to several parents have kids at both schools that only the gap to relocate one said that after relocate two sets of kids. that leads me to the second issue these kids, faculty members do not know where they will and that. that decision will be made later in the year.
>> will: there will be a lot of decisions made as far as parents car transportation big issue next year because of an actor's other schools. developing story, san as a, supporters of the man charged with assaulting father gerald lender gathered of side before it lynches hearing. back and make and he walked into his retirement home be hit up the priest, then ran away. he claims he molested him during a camping trips in the '70s. one supporter says " there was a flaw in the law when the incident happened. >> the trial is to determine what happens. when he says that vigilante justice recurs it seems to eliminate a failure in this system. in this case, the failure is the statute of
limitation when they were sodomized in the '70s, the statute of limitations was six years. the ages of 4, 7 that runs out before they're teenagers before they can process, understand what understood them. they were unable to bring criminal charges against them because of the poor lot in place. >> will: he told the church about the incident in the '90s, they settled of court for more than $600,000. political and the new york daily news reporting the congresscongresswoman gabrielle giffords has asked for toes. she was shot in the head when a gunman went on a rampage. he killed six, wounding another dozen. she is now in a houston rehabilitation center her husband, astronaut mark kelly has resumed training for his upcoming space shuttle flight. he says debra gifford is recovering
at lanes speech considering her cuatlantic and speeds. good morning, it is beautiful of sight. for more on their weather let's send it over to the weather center. >> janu: nothing to complain about these guys, senate conditions. all lot less windy which is making for cooler temperatures. sunday, mild conditions this afternoon we might even get a couple degrees warmer again yesterday. next work week, there's a chance of rain. leslie 50s, leftover '40's in places like santa rosa, antioch, livermore. about 54-day, 52 and los gatos. satellite, radar shows as high pressure in place. he keeps the bay area
pretty clear. war temperatures starting thursday, friday upper 60s we might even squeeze out '70s. today it = low 60s. 60 san rafael and san francisco. to come more low 60s along the east bay, peninsula. 55 antioch. last cottas, morgan hill, 67. >> gary:drive friday if you drie up. drive saturday, partly cloudy. snow showers are possible. higher elevations. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. clear, dry for the rest of the work week increasing cloud cover sunday. chance of rain onto next workweek. >> erica: thank you, expect
delays on the shore freeway. we don't have any accidents, incidents but, look good all of the red. westbound 80. i checked the red sensors speeds are down to just 12 mi. per hour. the ride continues to be slow towards albany. it does pick up towards albany, berkeley, and rebuilt. once we hit the bay bridge year met with another back up. reports of between the toll plaza and the metering lights. 3-4 car crash at the incline. slowing go conditions. drive times are back up to 15 minutes from the foot of the macarthur maze into san francisco. you can see traffic heading in the westbound direction towards foster city living great. clocking a very easy drive time of 13 minutes from end
to end. >> will: jerry brown will drop the sale of 11 properties that state leaders hope to raise $1.2 billion. the controversial deal with at the state sell office buildings to private investors and then lease them back over 20 years. the as office warned the deal would prove costly for the state previous governors were it's a bigger tried to fast track the sales so would conclude by the end of his term. the issue has been tied up in litigation over the last three months. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
in. or more. they're dealing with brutally cold temperatures. lots of cold weather in that area. here's how things looking kansas city. lots of accidents, firefighters going up there to deal with the snow. crutches.crash's. deag with lots of problems in that area 1-2 in. fell. it did cause a lot of problems. despite his injury, no serious problems reported. forecasters predicting four- e inches in little rock. as you can see, maybe you can't see all of the snow flurries henning that area on the freeway not to many cars on the road. looks like they're taking things pretty easy as they should. we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few
nation's troubled economy is taking center stage, several preserver appeared before the new republican controlled house to talk about the state to the economy he was cautiously optimistic about the drop in the unemployment rate. >> notable declines together with improvement indicators of job openings hiring to provide some grounds for optimism on the employment front. even so, with growth to be too moderate for the and reporters still reluctant to add to payrolls in will be several years before the unemployment rate is returned to normal. so we see a sustained. a strong were crow job creation we can not considered to be established. >> will: he also told lawmakers the need " a credible program to reduce
the growing deficit. mary jean quan is taking a pay cut to now make 100 to $7,000 a year for the six dozen dollars < former mayor she says she wanted to lead the charge as the city does into some very tough tennis. oakland is sitting in more than $40 billion deficit. 10188 and don't be deceived is any but it is cold. from our and the weather conditions will send it to the weather center. >> janu: is beautiful but cooler start. what disenchant, blue skies, not much to complain of. in the high at 60 degrees; and back down to 50 to 8:00 p.m.. 52
santa rosa, 54 san rafael. mid-50s from napa that these a. satellite, reed are showing is that we will stay clear today high-pressure ridge still building up the coast. warmer conditions tomorrow. might even get back to the upper 60s, squeezing yet some '70s. 60 san rafael, 64 napa. low 60s than in the east bay, a peninsula. 67 for los gatos and morgan hill. clear driving conditions friday. getting up to the '50s, sen they light snowflake's higher elevations. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. clear, dry for the rest of your work week
sunday and increasing cloud cover. then the rain kicks in on monday. now, here is a look at the traffic. >> erica: clearing of this los box, no hot spots on our radar. there's some selling to the earlier accident in the toll plaza in the leading lights. long gone from the traffic lanes. as to make u.s. spending to san francisco drive times are not too bad 11 minutes from the foot of the macarthur maze into the foot of the maze. san mateo, a good alternative, no problems. three accidents, incidents all morning long. no problems getting to the bridge along highway 101. to purchase up to the golden gate no problems to report of the south under action moves while approaching san francisco and just checked as road sensors speeds averaging well above 65 mi.
an hour. through those of you taking public transit still no problems to report for ac, dark, muni. >> will: governor jerry brown will trap the sale of 11 properties that they hope to raise $1.2 billion he knows some of the plans are not popular with most people but he says they will be good for california in the long run. >> and tell you as i talk to and did not come here for a delay, a vision. i'm not worried about the lexus and election. i think it will be very difficult to go along with the death and an going to do. i will not sign a budget that follows the smoke and mirrors of past years. we have to bite the bullet, in the long run people will be happier, more sustainable. certainly, i think that sarah is elected to do. >> will: they were in
negotiations to sell the properties for $2.3 billion under a proposal by former governor and of a schwarzenegger to help close the budget deficit he cannot get it done in time. coming up more weather, traffic, news. as we had to break, let's head of sons, like that, no offense in the sky. don't be deceived is little chilly human what to wear latex all day.
shifting their tactics. we're no longer in tayras wherein a new part for this edition. here in front of the egyptian parliament. let's make the democrats gathered here and perform dissident they slept on the sidewalk red said the gates of the parliament. even piscina, it says to the attorney general, we won an investigation into the wealth of his family and the president. take a lesson on what he had the status. >> we're going to move, not to stay in the square all the time. they want to ignore us there. allies continue around this. so, we said no, we're going to continue, move anywhere to stop this. >> reporter: these revolutionary say their protest is expanding. >> why am saying then extend
debt side. we are the egyptian people. all what have been said is not true. >> reporter: we hear this, repeatedly, people saying they will move into other government buildings and tell the egyptian government accepts the demands. >> will: still ahead we will tell you the latest coming out of the mt. diablo unified school districts. before we get to those stories coming here's the golden gate bridge, a beautiful morning of the world famous bridge we will be right back.
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their way, a beautiful day. a full weather check and traffic in a few minutes. new this morning jerry brown attract the sale of 11 properties raise $1.2 billion for the state. he knew some of his plans are not popular as most people. he says they will be good for california in the long run. >> of an italian i did i come here for a delay or evasion, an hour event the next election. i will make those cuts come i think it will be difficult for the legislation to go along with that. i will not sign the budget that follows the smoke and mirrors of the past years. and think we have to bite the bullet. in the mountain people be happier, more sustainable. certainly, i think that there as i did to do. >> will: iran negotiations
to sell the park is for $2.3 billion under a proposal by gov. sports figure to help close the budget deficit he could not get it done in time before leaving office. home values fell in the bay area in the last months of 2010. for the realty tracking website shows, the value in look fourth quarter of foreign and $63,000 down three from 6%. done almost 32% from april 2006. it's predicted that they should have a bottom this year. that doesn't mean values will rise anytime soon. other stories coming months of debate the mt. diablo scrooge restrict voted to close hole struck ento schools.s
and affect about 1000 students. but even that might never be enough, the board is considering closing a third school possibly silver what elementary. they'll make the final decision in two weeks from now. developing story, an oakland woman in the hospital after being raped, beaten. oakland police are looking for the man who raped a woman in the lake merritt area late monday night. the victim told authorities she encountered the man as she returned home at about 10:00 p.m. monday to her apartment complex at 800 jackson street near lake merritt. three other rapes have happened since september. the first two happened in late september of last year when a man robbed two women and then raped them. a third attack happened on january 18th. in that case the victim was also robbed before undergoing the sexual assault. >> she suffered injuries, thankfully there not life threatening. the investigators were checking on her today. we will look into whether or not there's a connection. not appear to
be the same. >> will: without any evidence they were treated as an unfortunate isolated incident. now, here is a look at the weather. >> janu: we're taking a live look outside, clear, beautiful sunny conditions. we are seeing lighter winds then yesterday which did make cooler temperatures this morning. senate, much of this afternoon. the dry patch will come to an end chance of rain next week plan. 55 half moon bay, and not let their fifties. 53 redwood city in the last status. 7 late in that radar shanghai pressure off off the coast. here is a look at youy
around the bay. & chance of rain next week, more conditions up dirt '60s. to date = low 60s. 61 san francisco, richmond 62. not making a head of the '50s, low sixties in the east bay. 60 degrees half moon bay. byou're heading up to tahoe ross dry conditions. we might see some snowflakes on sunday. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. clear, dry conditions for the rest of the week tonight, cool dropping them below freezing. in friday, saturday upper 60s. monday, a chance of rain. now, here
is a look at the traffic. >> erica: no hot spots traffic flows well know back up, the toll plaza is empty. metering lights are off. recheck, san mateo, westbound, east bound 92 no problems to report. nope from skidding to the bridge, now back up at the toll plaza excellent drive time 12-13 minutes from end to end. you're mad at of marin, golden gate bridge, traffic certainly moving at the limit here. on my creek was a hot spot certain that the case rain now lots of space between car is no promise for westbound 24 if you continue on in the sense bound direction it is smooth going between alamo in
danville. public transit looks good no problems to report. will? >> will: congresswoman gabrielle giffords is speaking has asked for a toast. she would shot and had won again and won on a rampage january 8th. killing six, wounding another dozen people. she's now and in houston and rehabilitation center her ice husband ouster not marked kelly has resumed training and says she is recovering at lightening speed considering which has gone through. she's eating three meals a day even though it's hospital food. (laughter) >> will: but customers are beginning to wonder if travelling on that really is is a good bank for their back. 64 percent of the customers say using the system is a good value. 24
percent agreed that traveling lombard is a good use of their money. down from 32% in 2008, resent disagreed, traveling on the system was cost-efficient since the last survey was conducted they raised fares by 6%. it's not surveillance video instead you're looking at a camera that captured a robbery in the tenderloin. it happened sunday afternoon, the police arrived on the scene within five minutes. according to police the victim, suspect betty to their few hours earlier. the woman told police the man turned on her, stealing her wallet. police are still searching for that suspects. lindsay lohan is due in court to face a new judge, that could return the gang troubled starlet to jail rather than the big screen.the star is due to be arraigned wednesday afternoon on a felony grand theft charge
that prosecutors say they will file over a $2,500 necklace reported stolen by an upscale jewelry store. the charge is the latest and most serious,legal problem on probation for a 2007 drunken driving case. police and prosecutors allege lohan, 24, took the necklace from a store in the beachside community of venice on jan. 22, weeks after she was released from a rehab facility where she was also accused of misconduct.lohan's attorney has denied the actress stole the necklace. coming up, following world news as well as national news. we'll tell you all about that only come back.
planes and parts of the mid set are bracing for a powerful weather system forecast for eight states. bringing several feet of snow to the mountain west. been >> i've had enough for a while. >> reporter: people of stocking up on groceries. >> it is my first time out and buying for other families. >> reporter: for those two brave enough to venture out the avenue lemberg commerce. >> we learned our lesson in 2009 vehicles doorstep, they couldn't stop it will. we responded to lots of calls. we had no one getting stuck in the weather. >> reporter: parts of texas see 2-4 in. of snow and sleet. bringing rain, snow to the deep south later that week.
>> we hope come up with a the next run of be as bad. >> reporter: many schools are closed to get the day airports are slowly coming back on as the snow is starting to taper off. dulles airports turning to reopen. they say they will reopen and slowly into the afternoon. >> will: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments. mov
january just weeks after being released for rehab. her attorney denies that the actress stolen necklace. following the weather, the as side, spent a couple hours at their don't be deceived you will need your jacket. how long? >> janu: we will need a big reject as we head into next week there's a chance of rain. sunny conditions of side may be just a light jacket not much to complain about. 55, after noon height of 63, calling back down to 46 by 8:00 p.m.. elsewhere, 52 santa rosa. mid-50s east bay, 56 mt. view, 53 through the south bay. said a late comer reader high-pressure ridge off the coast that is what's keeping the bay area
clear, dry and warmer temperatures tomorrow. you might even squeeze said some '70s in the warmer spots. this ridge will break up this weekend chance of rain into your next week. afternoon highs = low 60s. 64 nv. 60 fairfield, from making-50s for concord. 55 antioch, 60 half monday. upper 60s in some spots. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay. clear, dry, sunny conditions. it will get pretty cold some places dropping below freezing. patchy frost is possible. pretty one there's to, friday, upper 60s, sunday parley clubby. monday chance of rain. heading add to the slopes, let's take a look at
www.snowbomb.com. they steps 76, 9 lifts open, nine trends. sklar been heavenly = a step of 88-94, 72 runs. now, here is a look at the traffic. and getting yet the door that many hot spots, empty purchase the bay bridge. no problems for your westbound ride. leading lights are off, and drive times back down to 8-9 minutes. no problems here west or east bound 92. no problems to getting to the bridge. now back up. golden gate bridge looks good. problem free. checking those
red sensors speeds well above 65 mi. per hour for your entire ride. seth bay, no hot spots. this is traffic approaching tremble de la cruz. drive times back down to 14 minutes from the downtown area. will? >> will: don't forget to for up-to-the-minute traffic reports you can follow erica on twitter. she is our twitter clean. @kron4ekato. volume a teenager who was abused plans to file a lawsuit on wednesday against sacramento county's child protective services. following a plea bargain two months ago, a judge
sentenced michael schumacher, kelly lau and caren ramirez to between 30 and 34 years in prison. a fourth defendant, anthony waiters, was found guilty by a jury, but his sentencing has been delayed. the complaint alleges that while kyle doe lived with ramirez in sacramento county, child protective services ignored and mishandled substantial evidence of abuse and neglect by ramirez over a period of six years," according to the news release. the will of the firefighter who was one of four people killed in a 2007 house fire has agreed to settle her wrongful death lawsuit against two companies that provided home security services they will pay her a total of $4.6 million. 8 claims a security esses his reported the fire to they county fire department this but using a
non emergency line causing a delayed response to the fire. it's being called a press of little moment in research for breast cancer is suggest in certain cases removing all the little notes may no longer be necessary and could eliminate some of the painful side effects. >> reporter: there could be a dramatic shift in the way many breast cancer patients will be treated, and news steady in the journal of the american medical association says less is more is the way to go when removing a cancerous lymph nodes. >> women having a lumpectomy and radiation to the entire breast you could only take out one or two notes. leaving the rest behind. and up with the same survival, low risk of cancer reoccurring. >> reporter: survival rates
after five years for nearly the same invitation to read 17 compared to those who had to remove. by now removing most, women are spirit the bill a tearing scitex. the study authors say this only applies to early stage breast cancer patients. not mastectomies. and patients who did not receive chemotherapy prior to surgery. they stressed they're not leaving cancer cells behind. >> were killing them with radiation and drugs. patients have been receptive to this because they fear the side effects. >> reporter: this less invasive approach is expected to change how women are treated in the future. >> will: we will be right back with the kron 4 morning news, weather and traffic in just a few moments.
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be cold overnight in the previous year heater. monday-tuesday good chance of rain. if another at the door, wait till the end of the newscast get bent their enjoy the sunshine. >> will: a lawsuit has been filed against the nfl, a dallas cowboys and team owner jerry jones of deceiving hundreds of fans who bought super bowl 45 tickets but iraq with no seats are felt there were so far away they could not see the game. this is video fans being moved around the stadium seats for more than 1200 ticket holders were not ready. 850 of those fans were relocated to other seats. the cowboys spokesman has not commented they beat the steelers 31-35. they promise to give free tickets to next year's super bowl. thank you, for joining us will see a 4:00 p.m. for more news make it a great day. (music)